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Title: Macro-perspective on the first decade of South African housing delivery and its contribution towards the formation of sustainable settlements and communities
Authors: Napier, M
Keywords: Sustainable human settlements
Housing deliveries
Housing
Socioeconomic aspects
DBSA Knowledge Week, 6 December 2005
Issue Date: Dec-2005
Citation: Napier, M. 2005. Macro-perspective on the first decade of South African housing delivery and its contribution towards the formation of sustainable settlements and communities. DBSA Knowledge Week, DBSA, Halfway House, South Africa, 6 December 2005, pp 18
Abstract: The economic, social and spatial impacts of the national state housing programme in South Africa over the last ten years have been significant. And yet the ability of the programme to produce settlements which can be described as 'sustainable' has been limited. The paper works from a description of some of the key strategic impacts of the programme, towards a vision for the future in which state-sponsored settlements will become more rewarding places to stay.
Description: 2005: DBSA Knowledge Week, Halfway House South Africa
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1339
ISBN: 1919692932
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